Alternative rock band Bombay Bicycle Club have been the darlings of north London since they first appeared on the scene. Their music meets with near-universal acclaim and their most recent album So Long, See You Tomorrow is nominated for the 2014 Barclaycard Mercury Prize. “Carry Me” is infectiously catchy, but also surprisingly detail oriented. It has so much going on (in the best way possible) that I’m continually findings new scraps of instrumentals to attach myself to. It easily satisfies the electronic-music-monster in me with its steady baseline and vocal reverbs, giving me the opportunity to appreciate the single’s more indie/alternative influences (say, hand claps for example). Taken altogether, this is a really fun song.


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